2nd Annual Persian New Year Feast

Sepi (aka Jon Sublet) hosted yet another magnificent Nowruz feast last night. Persian New Year was official as of 2am (Thursday 2am), and you know that Iranians- in Tehran, in the OC, the world over- are going to be celebrating all weekend. There will be no limit to the amount of alcohol, food and love that will be consumed. Oh, the debauchery.

Frank, Sepi’s awesome dad flew into NY this week to help us celebrate, and barely left the kitchen in the 5 days he’s been here, cooking for the big night. Aw… now, that is LOVE. All I have to say is that the FOOD ROCKED! I love me some tadig.

Here it is, the 2nd Annual Apt 266 Persian New Year Party. We love you Frank! Happy New Year everyone!

Post for the 1st Annual Persian New Year Feast here.

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8 Responses to “2nd Annual Persian New Year Feast”

  1. Jon Sublet Says:

    this was a fabulous night.

    looking forward to the next!

  2. Jon Sublet Says:

    this was a fabulous night.

    looking forward to the next!

  3. Judson Says:

    where do you get sour oranges?

  4. Judson Says:

    where do you get sour oranges?

  5. Jon Sublet Says:

    sour oranges are tough to find. i would think that you could find them at any middle eastern or asian produce market. i could tell you where to get them if you lived in southern california.

  6. Jon Sublet Says:

    sour oranges are tough to find. i would think that you could find them at any middle eastern or asian produce market. i could tell you where to get them if you lived in southern california.

  7. Jon Sublet Says:

    sour oranges are tough to find. i would think that you could find them at any middle eastern or asian produce market. i could tell you where to get them if you lived in southern california.

  8. Jon Sublet Says:

    sour oranges are tough to find. i would think that you could find them at any middle eastern or asian produce market. i could tell you where to get them if you lived in southern california.

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